State suspends psychologist Janet Asay over sex with patient
April 12, 2012
On January 9, 2012, the Delaware Board of Examiners of Psychologists suspended the license of Janet Asay, Ph.D. for two years. According to the Board’s Consent Agreement, Asay self-reported to the Board that she engaged in a romantic and sexual relationship with a former client within two years of the termination of his therapy, in violation of the state laws governing the conduct of psychologists. When she resumes practice, Asay will be subject to the monitoring of her practice for two years.
Source: Consent Agreement in re: Janet Asay, License No. B1-0000368, Case No. 26-05-09, before the Delaware Board of Examiners of Psychologists.
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